- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Know-how is information about interventions required for different scenarios (what and why), including diverse solutions for solving problems such as poverty.
- From MW150121 - Transformed by Community Economic Development.pdf: Southwest Montréal - from an industrial centre to poverty. PEP and RESO successful intervention through citizen engagement: socio-economic partners - organization must be composed of voting | vote | democracy | !democratic | election representatives of different sectors of the community (four from business, four from community based organization | community organization | community based organizations, two union Leader | lead | leading, two associate members known for their influence, board grew to include local institutions, residence and elected municipal officials), committees and forums, AGM; Collaboration: supporting key community projects, economic, employment and recreation tourist plans; employment support and advice to entrepreneur | entrepreneurship, maintain industrial zoning, networking between businesses, workshops for training, secondary school for adults developed with industrial | factory, unions and literacy organizations.
- From 503 notes from September 14, 2008: process vs. intervention - bottom-up
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Higher wages and benefits, including knowledge about existing benefits, are also encouraged or enforced through policy, community and government intervention.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Shared planning and intervention is a core communities agenda topic. It can be used to coordinate the flow of resources, as in the Housing Affordability Partnership or the Safe Communities Foundation.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: In the mental health field, the challenge model considers resilience the "ability to cope with stressful change, and perceived or actual threat by survivors. It identifies the internal traits - such as internal strengths, behaviours, and competencies - and interventions, through partnerships with caring individuals and professionals, who provide high expectations and opportunities, as well as childhood development. Individuals are made stronger by handling difficult circumstances well. Resilient individuals engage actively, seek opportunities, and thrive in changing environments. Adaptation, sustenance, opportunity and engagement must be used at different times, individually and in combination.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Building knowledge for different interventions requires a focus on different clusters; affordable housing, homeless and income security conforms to sustenance; child care, social networks and literacy to adaptation; recreation, cultural expression or local decision-making to engagement; skills training, employment and asset creation to the opportunities cluster.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: The communities agenda is the what and how. It creates resilience through strategy, and results from actions in the key sustenance, adaptation, engagement and opportunity clusters, and complements policy and government intervention. Combined they are "investments in the public good," and support local and national economies.